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Madison County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 24

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This page contains Court information for Madison County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 24.

Madison County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 24

Madison County Courthouse
3rd Floor Courthouse
P.O. Box 470
Fredericktown, Missouri 63645
(573)783-2102 (telephone)
(573)783-2715 (facsimile)

Kenneth W. Pratte, Presiding Judge, Division II

Sandy Martinez, Circuit Judge, Division I
Robert Stillwell, Associate Circuit Judge, Division III

Docket Call (Law Days and Motion Days):
Division I - First Thursday of each month
Division II - Third Thursday of each month
Division III - Every Thursday for criminal, civil and motions

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Eileen Provow, Circuit Clerk
(573)783-2102 (telephone)
(573)783-2715 (facsimile)
Phillip Horn, Marshall
Please contact the Clerk's office for information on the following:

Adult Abuse Orders
Small Claims Filings
Traffic Court
Criminal Court
Juvenile Court

Associate Division:
(573)783-3105 (telephone)
(573)783-5920 (facsimile)

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